Squanch Games (formerly Squanchtendo) and partner studio Crows Crows Crows have just added a new level to their PSVR game Accounting+ (2017). Called ‘The Waterpark Update’, the level is a free update that also includes a free theme.
Update (02/07/18): Squanch Games has just pushed a new update to ‘Accounting+’ that adds a new water park level to the game. This time you’re in water-logged back room of a water park in the company of a strange, rambling clown.
Original Article (12/08/17): Called Accounting+, the studio says the ‘nightmare adventure comedy’ game is double the size of the original, including characters voiced by Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty), Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh), Cassie Steele (Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Arin Hanson (Game Grumps) to name a few.
While not free like its predecessor, at a $12 price tag (15% discount available at pre-order) it promises to pile on the hilarity with plenty of the freewheeling ad lib humor fans of Rick and Morty are sure to appreciate. Both games were developed in collaboration by Crows Crows Crows, a Berlin-based studio.
It’s uncertain at this time when/if Accounting+ will be made available on other headsets, but we’ll be watching it closely, so check back for more info soon.
Released October 2016 for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, Accounting currently holds an ‘Overwhelmingly Positive’ rating on Steam, with 96% of players giving it the thumbs up.
You can get a pretty good idea of what’s in store by taking a look at our hands-on with the first Accounting, but it’s truly something you have to experience to understand, as it delves into different layers of virtual reality, all filled with their own brand of nonsensical tasks and unwinnable situations that usually result in the most hilarious outcomes imaginable.
If you’re going to be at PlayStation Experience in Anaheim between December 9-10, demos of Accounting+ will be available to the public. Check out Squanch Games Twitter feed for more information where to find it closer to the show.
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